Headteacher – Lynette Edwards

I love to ensure our pupils receive the best education and care.  I have an amazing team who, without exception, work tirelessly together to improve the life chances of our pupils.  I have the highest expectations for every pupil and hope to ensure these expectations are embedded within the pupils themselves.

Darren Singh – Deputy Headteacher

I am fully committed to providing a quality education & ensuring progress is the focus of all learning experiences for Young People with Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties. I have chosen this profession because I believe that what young people experience at school has a significant impact on the rest of their lives & that as a school, we can provide them with the necessary tools to make a valuable contribution to the society in which we live. I am proud to be a part of a such a culturally diverse staff & together, we champion equality and diversity to our young people making them more informed & allowing them to make appropriate judgements about people’s culture.

Noreen Cheema – Assistant Headteacher

I am the Sixth form co-ordinator. Post 16 pupils bring new challenges. The reality of college and work develops a new approach from the pupils and I relish working with colleges and work placements to develop the pupils further. I bring a calm approach with lots of nurturing instincts. I would like to think of myself as a motherly figure and love to support my colleagues spiritually and emotionally.

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Dianne Aspinall – Assistant Headteacher – The Gallery

I am the Head of Behaviour and Pastoral Care at Meadowcroft School. I love to see young people develop and mature into well rounded, independent and proud young adults with a positive future ahead of them. I believe that with the ethos at Meadowcroft and the skills of the staff, the school and young people can work together to achieve the best for each individual pupil.